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Arrhythmia

Also called: Irregular Heartbeat, Arrhythmias

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Atrial tach means it originates in the atrium..top part of the heart. SVT is supra ventricular tachycardia. I have had it for years. If you can get...
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Arrhythmias may be caused by many different factors, including:Coronary artery disease.Electrolyte imbalances in your blood (such as sodium or...
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Treatment depends on the type and seriousness of your arrhythmia. Some people with arrhythmias require no treatment. For others, treatments can...
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An arrhythmia can be silent and not cause any symptoms. A doctor can detect an irregular heartbeat during a physical exam by taking your pulse or...
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Tests used to diagnose an arrhythmia or determine its cause include: Electrocardiogram Holter monitor Event monitor Stress test Echocardiogram...
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A variety of drugs are available to treat arrhythmias. These include: Antiarrhythmic drugs. These drugs control heart rate and include beta-blockers...
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If you notice that your arrhythmia occurs more often with certain activities, you should avoid them. If you smoke, stop. Limit your intake of...
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The types of arrhythmias include:Premature atrial contractions. These are early extra beats that originate in the atria (upper chambers of the heart)...
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An arrhythmia is an irregular heartbeat.
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An arrhythmia is an irregular heartbeat.
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Arrhythmias are pattern and/or speed changes from the normal heart rhythm. Some patients are totally unaware of their arrhythmias. Others may report...
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In some patients, arrhythmias are caused by diseases of the heart muscle, valves, or coronary arteries. In others, arrhythmias can reflect disease...
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